Last month, Logic announced his new album Young Sinatra IV with a freestyle over Method Man's 1994 track "Bring the Pain," and now he's hoping to get fans involved with the finished project. Posting on Twitter, Logic said, "I love my fans so much, I wanted to include some of you on the album." Including a phone number in the tweet, he urged fans to call the number, saying he'll "explain more" upon calling.
If you call the number, an automated message from Logic plays, with him saying, "Hey, what's up guys? This is Logic." The message continues from there, asking his fans to drop a message of support. "I just want to give a big shout-out to the Rattpack. Thank you guys so much for all the love and support. Please leave me a brief message. Tell me your name, where you're from, and what my music means to you. Thank you."
It remains to be seen how Logic will incorporate the messages in the album, but it's definitely a cool idea.
Arriving shortly after he teased "80 unreleased songs, seven projects," the 28-year-old rapper stayed true to his promise by announcing the forthcoming release. Young Sinatra IV follows last year's Everybody and this year's mixtape, Bobby Tarantino II.